The Bucs day is starting to wind down on Saturday and Arians finally added a name to their offense via the draft. A projected undrafted free agent, Tampa Bay felt they needed to needed to get into the sixth round to get him. For what it’s worth, Miller ran a 4.39 40 at his pro day.
Slim, slot target with legitimate track speed and short area burst to separate over the top and underneath. Miller was lightly recruited out of high school but posted strong catch production for Bowling Green over the last three years. He’s tough, but durability will be a concern for NFL scouts considering how often he absorbs big contact. There are boxes he won’t check, but the speed/separation is one that gets an immediate check and that could help him find a roster spot as a three-level target and Day 3 selection.